Hi @niks –
Thanks for the project file. It helped me track down your problem.
You have mistakenly typed the font name as
prompt instead of
Unfortunately this is a case sensitive thing. Google tries to load a font named
prompt and isn’t finding it, so it returns an error:
You’ll need to update your Typeface stack to use
Prompt for the font name.
Additionally it looks like you’re also using the “Custom” font setting in the Control Center to load this font (also with the incorrect capitalization), as seen here:
You should be using Typeface here, too, and not the “Custom” option. The Custom option is depreciated and is not as good at loading fonts as Typeface is. Typeface has some tools for speeding things up a it as well.
Once you update everything to use
Prompt for the font name you should see it working again A-OKAY.